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Frozen Mojito (Frojito!)

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This frozen mojito recipe — or as we call them, frojitos! — is easy to whip up in just 5 minutes and tastes so refreshing!

Frozen Mojito (Frojito)

Love mojitos?!

Grab your blender and let’s make some frojitos! ♡♡♡

They’re made with all of the same fresh mint, lime juice, rum and honey (my preferred sweetener) that goes into a classic mojito recipe. But in lieu of topping your drink off with club soda, just add in a handful of ice instead. Then toss everything in the blender, puree until the drink is nice and slushie-ish, and voila — a round of refreshing frozen mojitos can be yours to enjoy for happy hour in less than 5 minutes!

Perfect for summertime happy hours and grill-outs and pool days, perfect for using up that overflowing fresh mint in your garden, and perfect for any day that you’re craving an extra-minty mojito.

Cheers, friends! Let’s make some frojitos!

Frozen Mojito Ingredients

Frozen Mojito Ingredients:

To make these frozen mojitos, you will need:

  • Fresh mint leaves: Some for the mojito itself, plus extra for garnish if you would like.
  • Rum: Mojitos are typically made with white rum, but feel free to use whatever kind you prefer.
  • Lime juice: Freshly-squeezed, please.
  • Honey simple syrup: I prefer to make my simple syrup naturally sweetened with honey (see instructions below). But you can always use traditional simple syrup (made with granulated sugar) if you prefer.
  • Ice: Just add however much is needed to get that nice fine slushie consistency.

Frozen Mojitos

How To Make A Frojito:

To make a frozen mojito, simply…

  1. Blend the mint, rum, lime juice and sweetener. Combine everything in a high-speed blender and puree until smooth.
  2. Add ice. Then add in however much ice you need (usually about 1 cup per serving) until the mojito reaches a fine slushie-like consistency.
  3. Serve. Immediately pour the mojito into a serving glass. Garnish with extra mint and/or lime wedges, if you would like. Then enjoy!

Frozen Mojito Recipe (Frojitos)

More Frozen Cocktail Recipes:

Looking for more frozen cocktail recipes for the summertime? Here are a few of my faves…

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Frozen Mojito (Frojito)

Frozen Mojito (Frojito!)

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  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 -4 servings 1x


This frozen mojito recipe — or as we call them, frojitos! — is easy to whip up in just 5 minutes and tastes so refreshing!



Single Serving:

  • 8 fresh mint leaves, plus more for garnish
  • 2 ounces (4 tablespoons) white rum
  • 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) fresh lime juice
  • 23 teaspoons honey simple syrup (see below), or more/less to taste
  • 1 cup of ice

Pitcher For A Crowd (4 Servings):

  • 32 fresh mint leaves, plus more for garnish
  • 1 cup white rum
  • 1/2 cup fresh lime juice
  • 3 tablespoons honey simple syrup (or more/less to taste)
  • 4 cups of ice


  1. Add mint, rum, lime juice and simple syrup to a blender.  Puree until smooth.  Add ice and puree until the frojito reaches a slushie-like texture.
  2. Serve immediately, garnished with extra mint and a slice of lime if desired.


How To Make Honey Simple Syrup: Combine equal parts honey and water in a saucepan.  Then heat until the mixture nearly reaches a simmer, then whisk together until the honey melts into the water.  You can refrigerate the mixture in a sealed container for up to 3 days.  (Pro tip: feel free to also make a small batch in the microwave, it’s even faster!)

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2 comments on “Frozen Mojito (Frojito!)”

  1. great idea, love this tweak I actually prefer the texture of mojito ingredients frozen versus fresh, so much appreciated

  2. This is an interesting idea. I would never have thought to do this. I love mojitos, so I’ll have to try this.